[IMGCAP(1)]Many years ago my boss, Bernard D. Kleinman, had a client that was a creative genius in the advertising industry, and was being courted by many other firms. He liked his job, position and respect and had no desire or thoughts of leaving. But, as a gentleman, he listened to whoever approached him.

Well, one of the offers from a newly formed agency seemed to present an opportunity that was too good to be true. It was not like anything else and he seriously considered switching—mainly for the even greater creative freedom and expression he would have.

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